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Market Cap $272.97 million
P/E Ratio 79.37
Dividend Yield N/A
Shares Outstanding 387.20 million
Earnings per share -0.017
Dividend per share N/A
Year To Date Return -18.02%
Earnings Yield 1.26%
Franking N/A
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Deep Yellow Ltd (ASX: DYL)
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DYL ASX Announcements

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About Deep Yellow Ltd

Deep Yellow Ltd is a mineral exploration company. The company explores uranium mineral properties and has pre-development activities in Namibia. Its projects include Reptile Project, Nova Joint Venture, Yellow Dune Joint Venture and many more.

DYL Share Price History Data provided by Morningstar.

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Date Close Change % Change Volume Open High Low
13 May 2022 $0.71 $-0.01 -1.40% 2,343,584 $0.71 $0.73 $0.70
12 May 2022 $0.72 $-0.04 -5.33% 1,565,985 $0.74 $0.75 $0.71
11 May 2022 $0.75 $-0.01 -1.32% 1,090,082 $0.75 $0.78 $0.74
10 May 2022 $0.76 $-0.03 -3.80% 2,118,434 $0.75 $0.78 $0.72
09 May 2022 $0.79 $-0.10 -11.30% 2,515,958 $0.82 $0.83 $0.77
06 May 2022 $0.89 $0.02 2.31% 1,940,077 $0.82 $0.89 $0.80
05 May 2022 $0.87 $0.04 4.85% 675,175 $0.86 $0.87 $0.84
04 May 2022 $0.83 $-0.06 -6.78% 1,413,323 $0.89 $0.90 $0.83
03 May 2022 $0.89 $0.01 1.14% 1,301,958 $0.88 $0.89 $0.86
02 May 2022 $0.88 $-0.07 -7.41% 2,708,190 $0.95 $0.96 $0.87
29 Apr 2022 $0.95 $0.01 1.07% 1,185,329 $0.94 $0.98 $0.94
28 Apr 2022 $0.94 $-0.02 -2.08% 826,017 $0.95 $0.97 $0.94
27 Apr 2022 $0.96 $-0.01 -1.03% 1,001,724 $0.92 $0.97 $0.92
26 Apr 2022 $0.97 $-0.04 -3.96% 1,836,946 $0.96 $0.97 $0.93
22 Apr 2022 $1.01 $-0.04 -3.81% 1,125,466 $1.01 $1.02 $0.99
21 Apr 2022 $1.05 $-0.03 -2.78% 840,536 $1.11 $1.13 $1.05
20 Apr 2022 $1.08 $-0.04 -3.57% 819,136 $1.10 $1.10 $1.05

Director Transactions Data provided by Morningstar.

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Date Director Type Amount Value Notes
16 Dec 2021 Gillian Swaby Issued 753 $699,106
Issue of securities. As per announcement on 16/12/2021.
06 Dec 2021 Christopher (Chris) Salisbury Issued 133 $113,333
Issue of options.
06 Dec 2021 John Borshoff Issued 1 $1,275,872
Issue of securities.
06 Dec 2021 Justin Reid Issued 26 $22,486
Issue of options.
06 Dec 2021 Mervyn Greene Issued 26 $22,486
Issue of options.

Directors & Management Data provided by Morningstar.

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Name Title Start Date Profile
Mr John Borshoff Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director Oct 2016
Mr Borshoff is an experienced mining executive and geologist with more than 30 years of uranium industry experience. He spent more than a decade at the start of his career as a senior geologist and manager of the Australian activities of German uranium miner Uranerz. In 1993, following the withdrawal of Uranerz from Australia, Mr Borshoff founded Paladin Energy Ltd (Paladin). At Paladin, Mr Borshoff led the team that completed the drill out, feasibility studies, financing, construction, commissioning and safe operation of the first two conventional uranium mines built in the world for 20 years. He also oversaw numerous public market transactions including acquisitions and major capital raisings before leaving Paladin in 2015. Mr Borshoff is a member of the Uranium Forum within the Minerals Council of Australia (of which he is a former Board member) and sits on the Council of the Namibian Chamber of Mines. He is a member of the Risk committee.
Ms Gillian Swaby Non-Executive Director Oct 2005
Ms Swaby is an experienced mining executive with a career spanning across a range of corporate, finance and governance areas. She has spent more than 35 years working with natural resources companies in numerous roles including Chief Financial Officer, Company Secretary, Director and corporate advisor. Ms Swaby worked at Paladin for the period 1993 - 2015 in the capacity as Executive Director for 10 years and as GM - Corporate Affairs. She had a key role in managing that company's growth through mine development, operation, acquisition and exploration. This role included responsibility for the company's complex corporate, legal, human relations and corporate social responsibility programs as an operating uranium miner in multiple African countries. She is a member of the Risk committee.
Mr Mervyn Greene Non-Executive Director Nov 2006
Mr Greene is an experienced investment banker and entrepreneur who has been working in investment markets in Africa, Europe and the United States for more than 35 years. His most recent experience has focussed on private equity investment in a range of sectors, fin-tech, construction, general technology and property. He currently serves as co-founder and Director of EPIC, The Irish Emigration Museum and is co-founder and Chairman of Dogpatch Labs, Ireland's leading tech start-up hub and recently became the Chairman of the NDRC, the Irish government's national tech start-up accelerator. He leads, as managing director, both CHQ Dublin Limited and MGR Properties, Irish property development companies. All these businesses are located in Dublin, Ireland. From 1997 - 2005 Mr Greene was co-founder and London-based partner of Irwin Jacobs Greene, one of Namibia's premier stockbroking, private equity and corporate finance advisory firms. Prior to this Mr Greene worked for investment bank Morgan Stanley in New York and London.
Mr Christopher (Chris) Salisbury Non-Executive Director May 2021
Mr Salisbury is an experienced mining executive, with over 30 years of global experience across senior strategic and operational roles for the Rio Tinto Group. He brings uranium experience having led operating companies in Australia and in Namibia. He was Chief Executive of Energy Resources Australia (ERA) between 2004-2008, a significant global uranium business and during his time an ASX 100 company. Mr Salisbury also served as Non-Executive Director of ERA. From 2011-2013 Mr Salisbury was Managing Director/Head of Country for Rio Tinto's Rossing Uranium Mine and was based in Swakopmund Namibia. During his long career with Rio Tinto, Mr Salisbury also held executive roles across a diverse range of commodities including Chief Operating Officer - Pacific Bauxite and Alumina (2008-11), Chief Operating Officer - Rio Tinto Coal (2013- 16) and most recently Chief Executive - Iron Ore (2016-20). He has experience beyond ERA including chair of the Robe River Mining joint venture, director of the Minerals Council of Australia and Australia Japan Business Cooperation Committee and was director of a number of non-listed Rio Tinto entities and joint ventures.
Mr Gregory (Greg) Meyerowitz Non-Executive Director Dec 2021
Mr Meyerowitz has 35 years of experience in the professional services industry and commerce. Mr Meyerowitz was a Senior Partner at international accounting firm Ernst & Young and also Head of the Perth Audit Division for 10 years. During his tenure at Ernst & Young, Mr Meyerowitz was lead signing partner for five ASX 100 companies, including two ASX 20 companies. Mr Meyerowitz has worked across a diverse range of sectors and has global mining and energy experience, including time spent in the uranium sector. Currently, Mr Meyerowitz is the Group Risk and Compliance Director of APM Human Services International Limited, an ASX listed human services provider operating in 10 countries.
Mr Mark Edward Pitts Company Secretary
Mark Edward Pitts Company Secretary

Top Shareholders Data provided by Morningstar.

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Name Shares Capital
HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited 67,305,270 20.35%
Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited 46,192,082 13.97%
Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Six Sis Ltd <DRP A/C> 28,602,713 8.65%
BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd <Ib Au Noms Retailclient Drp> 13,883,203 4.20%
Mr John Borshoff 12,297,037 3.72%
Merrill Lynch (Australia) Nominees Pty Limited 10,531,761 3.18%
BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Acf Clearstream 9,717,820 2.94%
Ms Gillian Swaby 7,831,658 2.37%
BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd <DRP> 5,760,003 1.74%
HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited <Euroclear Bank Sa Nv A/C> 3,717,308 1.12%
HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited A/C 2 3,565,705 1.08%
Mr Ed Becker 3,495,266 1.06%
HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited (i) 2,819,338 0.85%
Elegant World Pty Ltd <M I T Partners A/C> 2,658,984 0.80%
Mcneil Nominees Pty Limited 2,497,947 0.76%
HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited <Gsco Customers A/C> 2,190,580 0.66%
Ursula Pretorius 2,163,017 0.65%
J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited 1,969,395 0.60%
Mr Jean Corbin 1,835,520 0.55%
Ravello Group Pty Limited <S J Mallyon Super Fund A/C> 1,612,904 0.49%